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Bluffers Park Marina at Lake Ontario Shoreline
Toronto

http://www.bluffersparkmarina.ca

Purchasing a new boat is an investment you will want to keep protected with more than just insurance. The location you choose for boat storage in Toronto is just as important as finding the right neighborhood to raise your family in. Our marina is a safe, full service facility with both summer and winter rates for your convenience. 


At Bluffers Park Marina in Toronto we are a full-service marina with boat docks for rent, also offering boat repair and boats for sale as well. Choosing a boat storage facility is important. To protect your investment our facility is equipped with security cameras and is gated. When damages do occur whether it is from a storm or general maintenance issues, we offer boat repair at our full service marina that are available to you.

If you are still looking to purchase a boat in Scarborough, Ontario we currently have boats for sale. When buying from us, you will not have far to go since we have boat docks for rent as well! At Bluffers Park Marina we pride ourselves in not only your satisfaction, but your safety. Our boat slips for rent provide adequate space to maneuver your boat without issues. When it comes to boat storage and boat repair, we make sure our facility is not only safe, but staffed with a knowledgeable and skilled team ready to help!

Call Bluffers Park Marina of Toronto if you are looking for a full service marina you can trust.

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